Karen L. Willoughby

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Proven leader shares wisdom in reaching Native Americans

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – SBC Statesman Emerson Falls has developed a missiological strategy for reaching Native Americans with God’s life-equipping gospel of Jesus. 

Emerson Falls takes another new trail

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Southern Baptist Native American statesman Emerson Falls plans to retire by the end of the year, but he plans to not quit working for the Lord, probably not ever.

Mountain tragedy draws two distant churches together

PHOENIX – A car crash with a fatality on South Mountain derailed a mission team’s trip to Mexico even as it forged strong bonds between two Southern Baptist churches.

STATE MEETINGS: Michigan, Wyoming

Michigan announces search for high-energy leader; Wyoming meets for 40th annual meeting.

Sand Hollow ministers at a near-ghost town, and globally

RURAL Southwest Idaho (BP) – Nearly half of the Sand Hollow Baptist Church congregation spend an electronics-free missions week each summer in Atlanta, Idaho, which is 45 miles from the nearest paved road.

Hmong Baptist National Association moves to its next level

GREEN LAKE, Wis. (BP) – The need is so great in Southeast Asia that the Hmong Baptist National Association increased its budget by $100,000 to help.

STATE MEETINGS: Montana, Dakotas

Baptisms up in Montana; Dakota celebrates 40 years.

New Hampshire church gets on community’s radar

HAMPSTEAD, N.H. – Pastor Kyle Lewis talked in a recent sermon about renting a Tesla.

Revive Church wants to revive its community

ARVADA, Colo. (BP) – Foothills Community Church changing its name to Revive Church signaled a plan within a plan.

For military personnel, both chaplains and churches play critical role

OAK HARBOR, Wash. (BP) – Why would a 19-year-old sailor be at church nearly every day of the week?